India is treading a strong renewable energy path post-Paris Agreement as it witnesses a step-up in Chinese investments in solar energy. Additionally, there’s a significant slowdown in Chinese investments in thermal power plants.
Investors in China and India increasingly dominate ownership of coal reserves amid campaigns for divestment in many rich nations to limit the risks from climate change, a study showed on Tuesday
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has ended the year 2016-17 with a significant Solar PV portfolio of 370 MW, comprising 360 MW ground-mounted power plants and 10 MW rooftop power plants
The extension by five years for complying with the Mega Power Policy 2009 norms will reduce contingent liabilities and free up banking limits to 25 mega power projects, thus granting them a fresh lease of life, says a report
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has commissioned the 500 MW Unit-6 of NTPC Limited’s Feroze Gandhi Unchahar Thermal Power Plant (FGUTPP) in Uttar Pradesh.
India is now surplus in coal and in electricity. We are even exporting power to Bangladesh and are negotiating to do so to Nepal.
Against a required production growth rate of nearly 11% during FY2016-17, Coal India is likely to close the year with a 2.5% growth and a 2% rise in sales over the previous year.
The government is working on a policy to ensure power plants have surplus availability of coal, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said today.
In 2016-17, there has been decline of coal stocks at pitheads the top of a mining pit or coal shaft of Coal India Limited (CIL) as well as at power plants, said union minister Piyush Goyal.
All power plants, which are over 25 years old, will be phased out and converted into ‘super critical plants’ to augment generation capacity and reduce pollution, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said on Thursday.